LEED v4 ND – Wetland and Water Body Conservation
Wetlands are waterbodies that are an essential part of the ecosystem where water covers the soil or is present either at or near the surface of the soil all year or for varying periods of time during the year.
There are many reasons why we should care to conserve them. To name a few: conserving clean water supplies, promoting biodiversity, and protecting our environment from disasters. LEED V4 ND Plan: Wetlands and water body conservation prerequisite lay out the essential considerations for developments to protect wetlands and waterbodies.
- Learn what is a wetland and why the need for conservation found in the LEED V4 ND rating system.
- Understand the different requirement's you must meet to achieve the LEED V4 ND Wetland and Water Body Conservation credit.
- Learn how LEED V4 ND Plan: Wetlands and water body conservation credit works hand in hand with LEED V4 ND Plan: Site design for habitat for wetland and water body conservation.
- Also learn about the Voluntary programs dedicated to conserve & restore wetlands
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